James Harden recently claimed that he is the best player on the planet. But is he even the best player in his own draft class?
October 13, 2015
Two former Louisville stars struck it big in the National Basketball Association draft. Terrence Williams and Earl Clark were both selected in the NBA Draft lottery Thursday night in New York.
Next up for NBA hopefuls is the 2009 NBA Draft
Combine that will be held in Chicago at the end of this month. Here is the current list of invitees.
Louisville will honor three seniors in Wednesday's home finale against Seton Hall. The Cardinals also will say good-bye to junior forward Earl Clark, who has declared his intentions to enter the 2009 NBA Draft.
What's wrong with Earl Clark? That's a question some fans were asking after the junior forward scored just 8 points in an 84-69 exhibition win over Northern Kentucky last Saturday. But after reviewing the game tape, Rick Pitino has a different take on Clark's effort in the Cardinals last outing.
November 13, 2008
The University of Louisville confirmed Thursday what InsideTheVille.com and FoxSports.com reported the previous day - that 6-9 forward Earl Clark will return to Louisville for his junior season.
The rumor mill is heating up about Earl Clark's possible return to Louisville next season. After news broke last week that Clark would turn pro rumors have popped up left and right that he may return to UofL. Will the 6-9 sophomore forward stay in the NBA Draft or return to Louisville for his junior season?
University of Louisville sophomore forward Earl Clark has decided to forego his remaining two collegiate seasons to enter the NBA draft and pursue a career in professional basketball.